City of Merritt
Grants of up to $7,500 and in-kind support to British Columbia nonprofit organizations and community groups in eligible locations for programs that benefit the community. Funding is intended for programs and services, and may be used as start-up funding for programs or initiatives to assist groups who are hosting a special event or organizing the inaugural of what is intended to be a regular event in Merritt.
Grants in Aid are intended to encourage innovation that supports or contributes to the community and the goals of Council. Grants in Aid are provided to non-profit and community groups on the basis that they provide valuable programs to the community and are unable to raise all their required funding without the City's assistance.
GrantWatch ID#: 149035
The grant has individual limits of $7,500 per organization or $500 for teams/individuals participating in recognized competitions.
Grants in Aid are not intended to provide on-going support and all approvals shall be considered on a year-to-year basis and continuing support should not be anticipated.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Forward your completed Grant in Aid application form and supporting documentation to the City of Merritt City Hall.
In Person: 2185 Voght Street
Mail: PO Box 189, Merritt, BC, V1K 1B8
For application questions please contact:
Sean Strang, CPA, CMA
Phone: (250) 378-8635
Canada: British Columbia: City of Merritt;
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